I am sorry that you are facing trouble in rendering your composition from Media Encoder.
My first thought would be to check the composition around timecode: 00:00:28:01.
Is there any specific effect or a transition used around that?
I request you to try a couple of troubleshooting steps from this help document.
So I got the same Selector: 9 Error code: -1609629695 error in premiere and I think I've found a solution for me, but no idea if it works in relations to you.
I had two separate clips with a bunch of effects on each. I added an adjustment layer, and applied the effects that work on the adjustment layer, and then nested each adjustment layer with each individual clip. I am currently past my normal error spot and it seems to be exporting.
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Hello try this:
- Start --> Run --> Type in "Regedit"
- Go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers" and create a key of type "DWORD (32-bit)" and name "TdrDelay" with a value of 8 as Decimal value.
It gives the GPU 8 seconds to recover/respond vs. 2 seconds (default).
It fixed this issue for me...
Thanks. It worked.
I have had this problem for a couple of days!
I moved the files closer to the root!
C:\music videos\2018\artist name\folder 01
↑ This is too deep in the files
Close then re-open the program.
Relocate the files which you should have replaced into
C:\Folder ← This should work!
This instantly worked for me!